Category — Novelty
First there was chicken in a can, and now we have chicken in a candle. What a time to be alive.
Kentucky-centric site Kentucky for Kentucky has these fried chicken candles up for sale. Made in small batches by Kathy Werking, the Scents of the Commonwealth candle (something called Ale 8 being the other scent) is made from a “mouth-watering recipe.”
If you’re lickin’ your fingers hoping to click on through and pick one up one of these $22 fried chicken scented candles, sadly the first batch is sold out. Looks like the Colonel has some competition.
Via Oh Gizmo!
December 6, 2013 No Comments
Fancy yourself a collector of odd food-related paraphernalia? The uber popular television show, Breaking Bad (“The best thing on television ever except maybe for The Wire” –Everybody), has wrapped and they are selling off some of the props. Yes, you can bid on Walter White’s Briefs but why would you want to? Perhaps instead, consider a Pollos Hermanos Fry Batter Bucket. The screen-used prop is guaranteed from Sony and for a starting bid of only $150, it could be yours. Fry batter and bullet holes not included.
September 20, 2013 No Comments
R2-D2 has it good. Despite the occasional foray into battle, the little droid does pretty well for himself. He gets carted around in spaceships, has a big gold buddy and is down with a princess. However, like all droids, every once in a while he needs a tune up. As in an oil change. Little did we all know, but R2-D2 runs on delicious soy sauce.
The Star Wars R2-D2 Soy Sauce Bottle Holder Dispenser is a handy dandy condiment dispenser that measures about four inches tall (so the Jawas won’t find him). Luckily with or without the scavengers, R2-D2 is ready for service. Dinner service that is. Who knew back in the 70s that R2-D2 leaking oil would be delicious for your rice? Aside from George Lucas, that is.
September 16, 2013 No Comments
Oh those wacky minds over at ThinkGeek. The good news: the Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Spatula is less than 25 bucks. The bad news: it’s not available yet. The better news? They made a video to promote it. Check it out in all its Star Trekesque glory after the jump and “get ready to beam up that food from a hot pan to a hungry tummy.”
July 25, 2013 No Comments
This has gone too far, internet. Stop it.
Actually, no. Keep going. Now I want bacon. It worked. Carry on. Mmm, bacon…
May 16, 2013 No Comments
The best part about April Fools’ Day is when the jokes are for real (see: Gmail, ThinkGeek, etc). So while the Nokia 5AM-TH1N6 Constellation Microwave Oven might seem like an April Fools’ Day prank, is the concept of a “high-resolution PureFood camera that automatically shares pictures of ready meals with friends and family via social networks” really that far off that mark? Food bloggers whipping out their phones would disagree. Especially when considering how photogenic microwaveable meals can be.
We can all look forward to:
The new Nokia 5AM-TH1N6 has even more innovative features. The device comes with the latest eye-tracking technology, which stops the food from rotating when you look at it, and it automatically adjusts the temperature depending on how hungry you look.
Available in blue cheese cyan, lemon yellow and liquorice black sometime in the future depending on how gullible we are. Happy April Fools’ Day!
April 1, 2013 No Comments